Blake Griffin Makes Film Debut In "The Female Brain": Official Trailer

Blake Griffin wrapped his first film role last year and we wouldn’t be surprised if there are more projects in the works.

“The Female Brain,” a romantic comedy starring Blake, Whitney Cummings, Sia Vergara, Cecily Strong and others, debuted at the Los Angeles Film Festival back in June but the ficial trailer recently surfaced giving fans everywhere a glimpse at Griffin’s acting chops.

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The comedy film is based on the 2006 book “The Female Brain” by Louann Brizendine, which focuses on a female scientist who studies the differences between the male and female brain, and how her findings dictate the way she lives her life.

Whitney Cummings directed the film and also stars as the main character, Julia Brizendine. Along with Griffin, Strong and Vergara, the cast includes Neal Brennan, Chris D’Elia, Toby Kebbel, James Marsden and Jane Seymour.

Griffin has previously been featured in a number commercials, including numerous Kia and Foot Locker ads, and has also made a few TV cameos on “Greek” and “90210.” Fans will soon be able to watch the Los Angeles Clippers’ All-Star forward’s film debut, as “The Female Brain” is slated to release nationwide on February 9th.

As for his “day job,” Griffin is up to his usual tricks averaging 22.8 points, 7.5 rebounds and 5.2 assists in 24 games this season. At 19-21, roughly halfway through the season, the Clippers are currently sitting in ninth place in the Western Conference. 

Check out the ficial trailer for “The Female Brain” below.